WEEK OF DECEMBER 2 – 8
Aries – March 21 – April 20:
Try to avoid overindulgence. Too much of a good thing can start to turn sour. Learning moderation in all things is a valuable lesson to remember.
Taurus – April 21 – May 21:
Honesty with the people you care about is important, but work to avoid being too blunt when getting your point across. Try tempering the information shared.
Gemini – May 22 – June 21:
Your home can seem like a major travel hub, with people coming and going at all hours. Find your quiet zone, retreat there when you need to recharge.
Cancer – June 22 – July 22:
You probably have a lot of running around to do this week and wonder how you are going to meet all of your obligations. Delegation can help with that.
Leo – July 23 – Aug. 23:
Do not be surprised if many visitors pop in to say hello. Impromptu social events can be enjoyable and even perk you up when you could use a smile.
Virgo – Aug. 24 – Sept. 22:
pend time exercising at the gym or go on a hike this week to relieve some feelings of anxiety. This will help calm you down and refocus.
Libra – Sept. 23 – Oct. 23:
An exciting communication could come your way in the next few days, sparking all sorts of changes in your life. Just weigh through all the options first.
Scorpio – Oct. 24 – Nov. 22:
You may want to participate in group activities or make a few new friends but do not know where to start. It’s all in the way you present yourself.
Sagittarius – Nov. 23 – Dec. 21:
A powerful burst of energy has the potential to turn you into a workaholic this week. You must keep yourself in check so you do not burn out quickly.
Capricorn – Dec. 22 – Jan. 20:
Frustration can rear its ugly head when you don’t need it to visit. You’ll overcome this obstacle if you focus on positivity and light at the end of the tunnel.
Aquarius – Jan. 21 – Feb. 18:
A busy week is ahead, you will need to put your head down and get to work. Rest, exercise and time spent with the ones you love can make it all worthwhile.
Pisces – Feb. 19 – March 20:
There’s a lot of work to do at home, but right now you may not be in the right frame of mind to start. Wait to start until you’re ready.
Dec. 5 George Custer Little Bighorn Loser 1839
Dec. 5 Bill Pickett Invented Bulldogging 1870
Dec. 5 Clyde Cessna Airplane Manufacturer 1879
Dec. 5 Walt Disney Founder, Walt Disney Co. 1901
Dec. 5 Telly Savalas Kojak Actor 1924
Dec. 5 Little Richard Tutti Frutti Singer 1932
Dec. 6 J.R. Robert-Houdin “Father of Modern Magic” 1805
Dec. 6 John Eberhard Built Largest Pencil Plant 1822
Dec. 6 Joyce Kilmer Trees Author 1886
Dec. 6 Harold H. Hopkins Inventor of Endoscope 1918
Dec. 7 Clarence Nash Voice of Donald Duck 1904
Dec. 7 Eli Wallach Magnificent 7 Actor 1915
Dec. 7 Ted Knight Mary Tyler Moore Actor 1923
Dec. 7 Victor Kiam Remington Shavers CEO 1926
Dec. 7 Harry Chapin Cat’s in the Cradle Singer 1942
Dec. 7 Priscilla Barnes Three’s Company Actress 1955
Dec. 8 Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Inventor 1765
Dec. 8 William C. Durant Founded General Motors 1861
Dec. 8 Sammy Davis Jr. Candy Man Singer 1925
Dec. 8 Flip Wilson Flip Wilson Show 1933
Dec. 8 David Carradine Kung Fu Actor 1936
Dec. 8 James MacArthur Hawaii 5-0 Actor 1937
Dec. 9 John Milton Paradise Lost Author 1608
Dec. 9 Hermione Gingold Gigi Actress 1897
Dec. 9 Redd Foxx Sanford & Son Actor 1922
Dec. 9 Helmut Maucher CEO of Nestlé 1927
Dec. 9 Dick Van Patten 8 is Enough Actor 1928
Dec. 9 Donny Osmond Sweet & Innocent Singer 1957
Dec. 10 Eugene O’Keefe Canadian Brewer 1827
Dec. 10 Emily Dickinson American Poet 1830
Dec. 10 Anatoli Tarasov Father of Russian Hockey 1918
Dec. 10 Dan Blocker Bonanza Actor – Hoss 1928
Dec. 10 Theodore Wilson That’s My Mama Actor 1943
Dec. 10 Susan Dey Partridge Family Actress 1952
Dec. 11 David Brewster Inventor of Kaleidoscope 1781
Dec. 11 John Labatt Canadian Brewer 1838
Dec. 11 Robert Koch Founder of Bacteriology 1843
Dec. 11 Ron Carey Barney Miller Actor 1935
Dec. 11 Ferdinand Porsche Porsche Car Designer 1935